In many countries, scientists play an important role in informing the population during the pandemic. They are organised in Task Forces or Advisory Boards to advise the governmental bodies about the right measures against covid-19.
However, they often are perceived as politically too influential from other players like parties, politicians, associations from industry, economy etc. and therefore under pressure from the public, politics and media.
A lot of scientists are not used to this public interest and have problems finding their public role between Science, Politics and Media. The structure of evidence based on policy making in the pandemic was different in every country.
Sweden, Anna Maria Böök, Director of communications, Karolinska Institutet Stockholm (Euprio: Per Eriksson)
Germany, Katja Bär, Head of communications, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena (Euprio: Marita Müller, Kerstin Lauer)
Czech Republic, Daniel Münich, Professor, Charles University, The Czech Academy of Sciences, Prag (Euprio: Petra Köppl)
Great Britain, Edd McCracken, Head of News at the University of Edinburgh (Euprio: John Cavani)
Italy, Walter Bruno, Director of communications, Humanitas (Euprio: Paola Scioli)
Switzerland, Caspar Hirschi, Professor and Dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of St. Gallen (Euprio Gian-Andri Casutt)
When: March 26th, 2021 h. 1:00-2:00 p.m. (CET)
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Deadline: March 25th, 2021
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